1984-02-01; Central Michigan Life
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nf^;,V \ vv f"/ '.r. ...£&^*1 ul 3 Kir pt ^i v I., ;fr-> y.«.> Eol Z*l /;> v> •/ v-4 r>I PI P^«rg /sag Vol. 66 No. 50 ?■ 1984 CM LIKK 16 pages Mount Pleasant. Mich 48859 Wednesday. February 1. 1984 Motels concert may be canceled byKATHYWARD ,-nn«,rt/-^r,i,mtnt. c-»,a ** .i FiPP'Vt "hvj ?t"U concert coordinator, said \i.k k re . u .. . ... ■'Ifthereisacancellation.peuplewillttequicktofindo'.it, "Ken Although as of Sunday the Motels arid Producers concert was Knapp. owner of K-Squared Productions. saul. "l'ntil an official still scheduled to so on as planned, the decision to cancel ihe show decision has been made the promotion will Mill be going m rone " Thn.°M '»". between the promoter and the management of The promoters of The Motels' Detn.it concert did not hav e anv lne.Motels problems canceling the show because thev did not have a down Sunday s show at Kose Arena may be canceled because of poor payment on the band. Ann Higgms Program Hoard chairwoman ticket sales. Join Levin, spokeswoman for V'al (Jaray Manage- said, ment. said K-Squared, the concert promoters, has placed a ilou n payment As ot 1 pm luesday. 321 tickets have been sold, Jim Hriley. on Ihegroup. thereforeit will be more difficult to cancel thel'Ml' how. Program Hoard is continuing with promotions as planned. Hriley, Okemos sophomore, said. "As it stands right now we are pretending nothing is different and we are going to go on with the show as planned," Hriley said. "If we decide to stop promotions until a decision is made to go ahead with the show then we would be in a bad position." The actions of PH hinges on what happens between the promoters and the agency. • See "Motels" — page 13 Prof doubts efficiency of legal aid byCRAIGCOLGAN LIFE STAFF Writer Not evetvone is as e\i ated as Student (,ov eminent Association about its plans to re establish a Legal Aid and lnlm mat ion Service. David (luen!tun . assistant pi ofessor ot busi ness public al lairs am! legal studies, said lie thinks the program set lo begin by mid rcbruarv lack, enough I'niversiiv support to make it woi k "It its oiib. (unction o to dispense advice without enough itiruling to tollnw things through oi v. iThrnji ■ >,,., tr,;. aftm m-v s to come in Lucky pop top nets $1,000 prize and commit tl.rueeh e it. ii not rung u ill oet accomplished, s,,u! liuenthel. dllei!o; ol I Ml s IriSi! .nil ,nui iiilui mat n hi -ei\i.e the last time it •.■. .,-. implemented '■innthii was tin- service > ditector from October Jo.s| fo.Muv )'i>2 He w ,e its sole on campus .irp.i ni-. . .mo! w.ts paid v.'mi, to work at least eight hours per w eek toi appro\in lately 24 weeks The present service is .seeking \ oiunteer altorneys irmn the community I'ntil ;it least one is found, the service plans To operate as a legal information education program run primarily bv student volunteers (■tienthcr --in-s potential lei danger m that s\ stem In a l ep. a t !o the Stud en I Pudge! lu'Vii'U and Allocation (ommiltce (iiienfhei unite "Legal ad v i oi1 oili • ui I ie o l \ en .in ;itttil"lle\ iui'ii'i'J to pr.uticc l.o,'. in tlu- state ,,| Mu'hi g.ill All', other advnc Is in luiiiemp! ol iiillli and is sub it of to mi;. ! h in-, and 1 inhilitv (itleulhei siiil even 'looii'h, student \ohmtei-i-. :i..o, I'e v.iiidul ::• 0 to give duett legal ,nl'ihr "si liahilif", ie-1- on lie •■ei.ne lillillllf 1'iii.i : i". Is oi eat i:. ..l!d a 10. student bellUlt. be .o.l I 'ill \ r. I : t '. ' ,,;.:; - e! I.iloli ,lri;iil!li'- 'A a-, on ,e. all.d'le t •,: > ■ oo o ,en! I ue d.e. • See "Vn I'.ige 1.? byJANETANDREWS LIFE Staff Writer One thousand dollars belju-d v'onvtnce a ( .Ml' stu dent that 1'epsi i> the i!i ink lor him M ike l i iiii ad. Inn seiin ii . uon -r- I .(inn m the Pepsi ( ,i|.t Pa vn! 1 g a m e . u li e n b e bought an eight pack ot Pep si 11 urn Spencer I >i ugs ]n!ii S Ml-sion "I v. ell! ti i Spencel I >: ug s beo.nist.- tin.-', vseie having a ■ ale op, Pepsi," ( oni ad v.in! "I picked up an eight pack, and loond the *■ 1.000 eap < >n thi' I< Jin ; li bottle lliiiodo. after in n 'ii I ' .0 lad s.ml he Oust h.,p polled l< i look' under t he c.i|> "M"sih I iiist iluou the o.i|is ,i',i ,n ," he s.|Ui •■ j lies.- oops tjon't ha\ e a star .,r ,llt\ other mm king on f hem like the game oa]>s n; the past have had Tom (TMera.district sales manager lor Pepsi t'nla. said 5(»(» winning caps Iwive been il i st ii t> ut e it < In on (• lib ut Michigan "What's neat about this contest is that when it began everyone Thought only the larger stores would have winners, but Mike C'onrad got his winning cap lium a small stoie.' lie said "It Hist g< n-s to show these caps oan s io i'a up an v u here A I V p s i I ola I i ui su nil- r \ I t a 11 s it'j'i eseiitat l\ i' s.i id 'helt lio\ e been a I "oil In A 0 0 0 I |li'jlrOill!l d ■ , ' t.ll ft / picked up an eight-pack, and found the $1,000 cap on the fourth bottle Thursday afternoon." Mike Conrad. Troy senior ff aid* ' ■ III, :!d "I his uon'l he in the Detroit newspapers. \s ill it.'" a>ki il Mot • .moui li senior, who is holding a \oucher lor >!ll(HI lium a IVps, |,,,!;!, > ,|> ' M . io, might vi. mt i ni' to spend the mime v on tuition or siunet lung ( onr.nl said hi-alreadv has plans tor the money I'm g.oing to re-do a car, put ui a sunroof and stereo." hi' said "I'm planning on driving the car to Florida if I get the money in time for Sprinc Break." Conrad said Ihe reality he has won S 1,1)00 "hasn't really hit me yet " "When I first opened the cap. I tust looked at it for awhile." he said. "Then f saul to my roommate. Hey Miguel. I won a thousand bucks lie said. 'Let me see that cap.' then he looked at it tor a minute and sanl to me, lie v Mike, v o u vv o n a t II: 'lis.Old bucks'"' ! guest i! will all sink in ,'. iieu I oi I t lie check." he .tAAvA I lie Contest will go oil until t!;e el.ii "I I ebl ilal \ , < I'Mera aid A th/etic Director screening ready to begin byMIKEMATTSON LIFESports Editor 'I he seli'i to. 01 i oomoitee tin Hied to find a re placemen! Nd Tetuing I Mi Athletic 1'irecto: Ted Kjolhede i .u; :i' iu beoiu Us w ork Deadline to: .ijiplu.ilinii- was luesd.n and Committee l La i: m.ii; Kobei I 1 )el'.r um. said thi' Commit ti-e v. ill Ni giuits -ei eemng process m\: \^ eek assistant '.la'T'i ,1 toi planning . itolni.li •:; on: d I. and research. -.>:A Ave hope to pet t .it Tt .t nolo, right au av " I:: i o I Jeiil inn - aid the com :n;!!ee is u .ut in :• ! oi the a;'.; 0 o , Per -ontie] ( it t ice to to: on d all ol the anp!km ! K 1 '• t ion- it ha - i ei'e iv i-d I or ! he position oo":.. i Shirle. ( arpeiiter . 1'inplovmill! man.o'e!"! not :::■ per-ouuel and stait lolath.ns. s.ud the Pels,,:, !i, o i .. ... i i; O : . t '.'' e alt lilti'l I , ;e liooilie: , i-o. ed tai: v. it h a ■ it ' M i , to! !!. e ,' i s "We don't hope to waste anv tune." 1 )cMl mil. nel I )! I ice will wait !<> |oi w at.l the applications Student trustees propo by MINDYNORTON hav e to i ollect at least Ion ooo.o.o: LIFE Editor unr. er ot'. N ore en Kednio :-.A. .m ;iO, ::. .to \' Students would ln'Oillli' p.Ut ol the lioald ot 1 I'll .I'fo i! a 'I he student rcpresentatlV e then w ' ..;d i proposal b\ a M ichig.m legislator becomes reahtv the governor or elei ted b'. the -"odeo: .State Kep William .! Kiinoi, H I >eat'born, Subnitti'd a proposal adding that area oI the pi up.i! t:a u..; !,io: to I.egislat iv i- Si : v ici-s it urea u w hii h ev entuall v w mild r I'ljuire a student be on the hoards ol control tor each ot Michigan's public Legislative Ser v ice- will mart i e. o.o. colleges and universities of t ice. w Inch w ill rev lew the sg ggi-t i. o- o However. Provost .lohn Cantelon and a CMl" trustee said thi'V thi' Legislature Kedmond -aid -lii' do believ e having students on the boards could take awuv t ruin the mend a Hon tot one or two month - boards' pui pose and be a possible conflict of interest As it is wot ded n■ jv\ , the pi opo- ,d i e.poo , C'urrentho the governor appoints iiu-mbers ot the boanls. with lives he enrolled lull-time at the s^h.,.,1 i the consent ol the state Senate Redmond said To be a member of the board lor their school, students would »Sce •'Proposal" page 1 t . ! Ipt, lea-cd bv the Cniveisttv states "(Jaalilied I'.'siidulati's stiall have a fiachelor's ilegree. de- uii josti a ted achiev cmcnls in sports administration, marketing, promotion, fiscal manage loeiit. public relations and a thorough know ledge ot intercollegiate athletics P.xperience in ! iniili ai .im: and Division 1 A intercollegiate athletics prc'ter r ed • See AD"—page 1.? .. i o a It v . ,. a i * '. \'. O - . PB sets X-rated movie procedures by KATHY WARD LIFE Staff Writer Program board has decided to e\i hide any t ilm w ith ex plu it sexual content from its niuvie lineup no nutter what the rating is PP. will review each film individually A movie rated X and containing explicit sex will never be shown. Pit Vice Chairman Kirt Kdly said However, an X rated film without explicit sex would he considered "It is not fair to classify all X-rated films into one category," Ann Higgins, PH chairwoman, said "Most of the time if a film is rated P(Jor H it doesn't have the explicit sexual content X rated movies have." ♦See "Movies" — page 14 Mortar Hoard is conducting an informational meeting for all interested juniors with at least a 3.0 (JPA in the I-ake Michigan Room of the University Center today from 5 to 6:30 p.m. A C M U stud e nt operates a laundry for other students. page 6 The ('Ml' women's hasketball team faces a hip, showdown tonight with second- place Toledo in Kose Arena. page 10 Today, mostly- cloudy with 20 percent chance of snow, and highs in upper teens. Thursday, mostly cloudy highs in the 30s.
|Title||1984-02-01; Central Michigan Life|
|Publisher||Students of Central Michigan University|
|Description||Wednesday, February 1, 1984 issue of the student newspaper of Central Michigan University. Also known as CM-Life. Originally published biweekly. Later published three times a week during the academic year and once a week during the summer. Began publication in 1941. Previously known as Central State Life. Issues from 1999 to the present are available online at the CMLife website.|
|Subject/Keywords||Central Michigan University - Newspapers; Mount Pleasant (Mich.) - Newspapers; Isabella County (Mich.) - Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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